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In Intertextuality, Graham Allen traces the history of the term intertextuality and explains how it is used in various theoretical contexts. The book is divided into five chapters: Origins: Saussure ...
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If you are new to theory, this book will give you a good foundation. The definitions in the back were very helpful. The only warning: the first chapter was condensed and takes cocentration and time ... Read full review
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